The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Biochemistry, Amino acid, Food science and Ecology. His study in Animal science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Digestion, Casein, Nutrient and Lysine. His Lysine study deals with Endocrinology intersecting with Amino acid intake.
As a member of one scientific family, C. F. M. de Lange mostly works in the field of Biochemistry, focusing on Feces and, on occasion, Absorption, Large intestine, Urea, Ammonia and Starch. His research in Amino acid intersects with topics in Canola and Endogeny. His study in Ingredient and Fermentation falls within the category of Food science.
His main research concerns Animal science, Food science, Amino acid, Biochemistry and Internal medicine. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Body weight, Casein and Lysine. His work investigates the relationship between Food science and topics such as Nutrient that intersect with problems in Biotechnology.
The various areas that C. F. M. de Lange examines in his Amino acid study include Canola, Meal, Distal ileum, Endogeny and Digestion. He focuses mostly in the field of Digestion, narrowing it down to matters related to Latin square and, in some cases, Dry matter. His study looks at the relationship between Internal medicine and topics such as Endocrinology, which overlap with Entire male and Amino acid intake.
C. F. M. de Lange mainly investigates Animal science, Weaning, Lysine, Immune system and Amino acid. His Animal science research includes themes of Immunological castration, Body weight, Gestation, Nitrogen balance and Androstenone. His work carried out in the field of Weaning brings together such families of science as Silage, Fermentation, Weaning weight and Microbial inoculant.
His Lysine research includes themes of Tryptophan, Feed conversion ratio and Compensatory growth. His biological study deals with issues like Animal feed, which deal with fields such as Ammonia, Biochemistry, Digestion, Latin square and Corn starch. The study incorporates disciplines such as Feces and Skimmed milk in addition to Internal medicine.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Weaning, Amino acid, Lysine and Animal feed. C. F. M. de Lange connects Animal science with Stages of growth in his research. C. F. M. de Lange is investigating Endocrinology and Internal medicine as part of his examination of Weaning.
He regularly links together related areas like Corn starch in his Amino acid studies. His Lysine study combines topics in areas such as Tryptophan, Feed conversion ratio, Immunology and Methionine. His Animal feed research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sucrose, Digestion, High protein and Latin square.
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Invited review: Amino acid bioavailability and digestibility in pig feed ingredients: terminology and application.
H. H. Stein;B. Sève;M. F. Fuller;P. J. Moughan.
Journal of Animal Science (2007)
Strategic use of feed ingredients and feed additives to stimulate gut health and development in young pigs.
C.F.M. de Lange;J. Pluske;J. Gong;J. Gong;C.M. Nyachoti.
Livestock Science (2010)
Significance of endogenous gut nitrogen losses in the nutrition of growing pigs: A review
C. M. Nyachoti;C. F. M. de Lange;B. W. McBride;H. Schulze.
Canadian Journal of Animal Science (1997)
Characterization of growth parameters needed as inputs for pig growth models
A. P. Schinckel;C. F. M. de Lange.
Journal of Animal Science (1996)
The effect of reducing excess dietary amino acids on growing-finishing pig performance: an elevation of the ideal protein concept.
K. Tuitoek;L. G. Young;C.F.M. de Lange;B. J. Kerr.
Journal of Animal Science (1997)
Impact of feeding blends of organic acids and herbal extracts on growth performance, gut microbiota and digestive function in newly weaned pigs
H. Namkung;M. Li J. Gong;H. Yu;M. Cottrill.
Canadian Journal of Animal Science (2004)
The Effect of Feeding Different Protein-Free Diets on the Recovery and Amino Acid Composition of Endogenous Protein Collected from the Distal Ileum and Feces in Pigs
C.F.M. de Lange;W. C. Sauer;R. Mosenthin;W. B. Souffrant.
Journal of Animal Science (1989)
Real ileal protein and amino acid digestibilities in feedstuffs for growing pigs as determined with the 15N-isotope dilution technique.
C. F. M. de Lange;W. B. Souffrant;W. C. Sauer.
Journal of Animal Science (1990)
The effect of protein status of the pig on the recovery and amino acid composition of endogenous protein in digesta collected from the distal ileum.
C.F.M. de Lange;W. C. Sauer;W. Souffrant.
Journal of Animal Science (1989)
The gastrointestinal microbiota and its role in monogastric nutrition and health with an emphasis on pigs: Current understanding, possible modulations, and new technologies for ecological studies
J. D. Richards;J. Gong;C. F. M. de Lange.
Canadian Journal of Animal Science (2005)
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